Another beautiful home in the planning stages for this lovely area of south Wheaton encircled by mature trees. Situated on a large lot on a quiet street near parks and the Prairie Path walking trail. Featured in this home are: hardwood floors, hardi-board siding, architectural roof shingles, Pella windows, gorgeous woodworking package, and high efficiency mechanicals. If this plan is not to your liking, bring your own blueprint or choose from another of the builder's options.
This listing 1021 Greenwood Drive Wheaton, Il 60189
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,000 square feet. 1021 Greenwood Drive was built in 2018. 1021 Greenwood Drive is located in Wheaton and in ZIP Code 60189.
It has been listed on our site since 3/14/18.
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Wheaton, IL , is a comfortable and serene city in Chicago’s west suburbs. A picturesque downtown full of terrific shopping and dining options, and an award-winning parks district, let Wheaton residents experience a life of small town charm complete with all the amenities of city living. Families of Wheaton houses also experience only the best educational options with some of the top sch...
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